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Recent Blog Posts
The laws in Pennsylvania around auto insurance and auto accidents are intended to provide fair coverage of losses to those involved, ultimately providing a degree of financial stability in the face of misfortune. That said, accident litigation in PA has many quirks and nuances. How so? The first thing to understand about accident litigation in… Read More »
Compensation is still available for victims of asbestos diseases. Though asbestos cases have been litigated for 40 years, compensation can still be obtained by those who suffer from this great American tragedy. The method of recovery has changed and the amounts available are different. Instead of the “old days,” when a victim or their family… Read More »
HOWARD, BRENNER & NASS, P.C.: LEADER IN CREATING FAVORABLE LAW FOR PENNSYLVANIA ASBESTOS/MESOTHELIOMA VICTIMS
With the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent decision in DALY v. AW CHESTERTON, allowing a Pennsylvania asbestos victim to file a claim if they are diagnosed with a second asbestos caused cancer, Nass Cancelliere, continued its leadership in creating favorable case law for Pennsylvania Asbestos/Mesothelioma victims. Perhaps our number one appellate victory, is the landmark case… Read More »
During the first half of February, 2012, Nass Cancelliere successfully resolved five mesothelioma cases on behalf of its clients. These cases included two living victims of asbestos caused mesothelioma, both women, who are only 52 and 62 years old. The other three victims died from their mesothelioma. They were ages 78, 81 and 85. Unlike… Read More »
DOES MEDICARE HAVE A RIGHT TO BE REIMBURSED FROM ASBESTOS SETTLEMENTS? Medicare has a very limited right to be reimbursed for conditional payments made to asbestos plaintiffs. The basic rule is that Medicare only has a right to be reimbursed for funds that are received because of a person’s exposure to asbestos after December 5,… Read More »